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Corcovado National Park


The ecological variety is quite stunning. National Geographic has called it "the most biologically intense place on Earth". Not only is the park very popular with tropical ecologists, a visitor can expect to see an abundance of wildlife.


Corcovado is home to a sizable population of the endangered Baird's Tapir and even a small population of the very rare Harpy Eagle. The park's rivers and lagoons are home to large populations of both the American crocodile and Spectacled Caiman, along with Bull sharks. Corcovado is also one of the final strongholds of the Jaguar within Central America and several other felines are also present, including Ocelot, Margay, Jaguarundi, and Puma. All four Costa Rican monkey species can be seen within the park, including the endangered Central American Squirrel Monkey, White-faced Capuchin, Mantled Howler, and Geoffroy's Spider Monkey. Other mammals present include Two-toed and Three-toed Sloth, Collared Peccary, Northern Tamandua and Silky Anteater. Poison dart frogs and several species of snake (including the venomous Fer-de-Lance and Bushmaster) are also common within the park.

The Corcovado National Park Day Tour departs from Punta Uvita at 7:00 AM and arrives approximately 1" hour later at San Pedrillo Ranger Station, Corcovado National Park. Upon arrival you will prepare for two guided hikes along two different trails and observe beautiful flora and fauna.

Each hike takes around 2 hours. During the hikes you will be able to see many mammals such as spider, howler, and white-faced monkeys, sloths, coatis, raccoons, and tapirs as well as a great variety of birds, plants, and trees with over one hundred years of existence and in danger of extinction. After the first hike, we serve a picnic lunch near the ranger station and then we begin the second trek.

During boat transit you may observe whales, dolphins, turtles, marine birds and fantastic views of the southern pacific Osa coastline. The "Hike lush rainforests, howl with the howler monkeys, relax with a sloth, converse with the birds, soar with the butterflies, sing with millions of insects and tour 5% of the biodiversity on this side of the planet in Corcovado National Park." boat returns from Corcovado and arrives to Punta Uvita at 4:00 p.m.

DEPARTURE : 8:00a.m. - 3:00p.m.

RETURN : 12 noon & 6:30 pm (longer if you stop at the hot springs).

RECOMMENDATION : You dont want to miss a relaxing stop at the mineral hot spring. (Stop at hot springs is optional, entrance fee not included).In case of add this activity please feel free to contact us.

WHAT TO BRING : Sunscreen, Hat and sunglasses, Bug repellent, Comfortable shoes, Water, Camera and binoculars. During the rainy months (June to November) we recommend bringing a rain coat or poncho

INCLUDES : Bilingual naturalist guide, Bottled water, Picnic lunch, Entrance fees to the protected areas.

$ 139 P / person

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